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Raspberry Pi: A $25 ultra-low-cost computer

The Raspberry Pi is an ultra-low-cost computer system that packs a considerable wallop in an ultra-small form factor. With two models -- $25 and $35, respectively -- they will be extremely affordable solutions. Worldwide availability is expected in November 2011.
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1 of 8 Stephen Chapman/ZDNet

Raspberry Pi is an ultra-low-cost computer that is smaller (but thicker) than a credit card and comes in two models: one priced at $25 and the other at $35. Worldwide availability expect in November 2011.

Related post: Raspberry Pi: A $25 ultra-low-cost computer that can run Quake 3

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2 of 8 Stephen Chapman/ZDNet

Raspberry Pi is an ultra-low-cost computer that is smaller (but thicker) than a credit card and comes in two models: one priced at $25 and the other at $35. Worldwide availability expect in November 2011.

Related post: Raspberry Pi: A $25 ultra-low-cost computer that can run Quake 3

Image credit: The Raspberry Pi Foundation

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3 of 8 Stephen Chapman/ZDNet

Raspberry Pi is an ultra-low-cost computer that is smaller (but thicker) than a credit card and comes in two models: one priced at $25 and the other at $35. Worldwide availability expect in November 2011.

Related post: Raspberry Pi: A $25 ultra-low-cost computer that can run Quake 3

Image credit: The Raspberry Pi Foundation

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4 of 8 Stephen Chapman/ZDNet

Raspberry Pi is an ultra-low-cost computer that is smaller (but thicker) than a credit card and comes in two models: one priced at $25 and the other at $35. Worldwide availability expect in November 2011.

Related post: Raspberry Pi: A $25 ultra-low-cost computer that can run Quake 3

Image credit: The Raspberry Pi Foundation

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5 of 8 Stephen Chapman/ZDNet

Raspberry Pi is an ultra-low-cost computer that is smaller (but thicker) than a credit card and comes in two models: one priced at $25 and the other at $35. Worldwide availability expect in November 2011.

Related post: Raspberry Pi: A $25 ultra-low-cost computer that can run Quake 3

Image credit: The Raspberry Pi Foundation

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6 of 8 Stephen Chapman/ZDNet

Raspberry Pi is an ultra-low-cost computer that is smaller (but thicker) than a credit card and comes in two models: one priced at $25 and the other at $35. Worldwide availability expect in November 2011.

Related post: Raspberry Pi: A $25 ultra-low-cost computer that can run Quake 3

Image credit: The Raspberry Pi Foundation

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7 of 8 Stephen Chapman/ZDNet

Raspberry Pi is an ultra-low-cost computer that is smaller (but thicker) than a credit card and comes in two models: one priced at $25 and the other at $35. Worldwide availability expect in November 2011.

Related post: Raspberry Pi: A $25 ultra-low-cost computer that can run Quake 3

Image credit: The Raspberry Pi Foundation

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8 of 8 Stephen Chapman/ZDNet

Raspberry Pi is an ultra-low-cost computer that is smaller (but thicker) than a credit card and comes in two models: one priced at $25 and the other at $35. Worldwide availability expect in November 2011.

Related post: Raspberry Pi: A $25 ultra-low-cost computer that can run Quake 3

Image credit: The Raspberry Pi Foundation

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